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... in their defense of their country. See captions for more details. I've tried to include additional pictures with some added detail. We stopped at the Coop for lunch and then we spent the rest of our time shopping for gifts. trapesing through the rain was not that much fun. Wish it had been a pretier day. We headed back to kandersteg for another indescribable meal and a demonstration/concert of the ancient art of ...
... Unfortunately the rain decided to come while we were walking so that was a bit of a downer however soup for lunch warmed us up and we managed a walk through the Red Light area which seemed to be a popular destination for most on our tour.
After lunch we hit the highway again and travelled to the outer area of Cologne where we spent the night. A buffet dinner was provided for us at our hotel.
Friday morning found us on a cruise on the Rhine River which ...
... invaded and Lucerne became part of the Austrian empire. They got together with three other cities (or confederacies) to oust the Austrians and that was the start of Switzerland which now has 26 confederacies.
... to our hotel which is absolutely beautiful. To our delight we had a room with a view right over Lake Lucerne. Tonight we decided not to do the optional tour dinner and instead walked into town for a lovely meal at a local restaurant. The service was great and we ate some interesting Swiss food, including asparagus soup and Swiss sausage. It is lovely to be having two nights here and catch our breath. ...
... from Lucerne, and take the gondola up Mt. Titlis for the views. We hadn't thought that we'd be able to do this when we saw the rain this morning, so this was an unexpected bonanza. Off we went, arriving at Engelberg just after noon.
The ascent is in 3 stages, and costs an arm and a leg. CHF89 per person, but it is easier than walking through the snow, so we paid up and got in line. The ride up was about 40 minutes in all; ...